Courses in English

Listed here is an overview of the courses in psychology or psychology-related areas that are held in English. In most cases, the courses are offered on an annual basis.
The corresponding primary course program is provided in parentheses. Courses might also be part of other programs. A list of study programs which belong to the area of responsibility of Department 8: Psychology can be accessed
here.
The number of credits refers to credits acoording to the ECTS.More credits than listed can be aquired by additional work, e.g. extra presentations or written contributions.

Summer semester 2020

Summer semester 2019

Winter semester 2018/19

Summer semester 2018

Winter semester 2017/18

Summer semester 2017

Winter semester 2016/17

Winter semester 2015/16

  • Seminar Social Psychology (B.Sc. Psych.) - 2 ECTS
    One of four parallel groups will be held in EN. The seminar parallels the lecture and focuses on classical studies in social psychology. In small groups, students will be asked to read and present original empirical studies.
  • Perception and behaviour in the environemnt (M.Sc. Psych.) - 2 ECTS
    Part of the module "Man and environment" that is entirely offered in EN.
    Humans perceive their environment and act in it. They are influenced by it in various ways, on a physiological and on a psychological level. Contrariwise, humans form their environment to make it fit their needs. This module addresses the relationship between humans and environment on various levels. A focus will be put on the neurophysiological and psychological foundations of perception and action. Based on this, we will discuss how humans interact with the environment and how environmental factors affect behaviour and health. In a project seminar, selected topics will be addressed in the course of empirical studies

Summer semester 2015:

  • Seminar in General Psychology I (B.Sc. Psych.)
    The seminar will be held in English. It will focus on "cognitive illusions" of human thinking, memory, and judgment. Different illusions will be demonstrated in small class-room experiments, which are planned, conducted, analyzed, and presented by groups of students. Based on these demonstrations, we will discuss the theoretical background as well as potential practical implications.
  • The psychology of facebook (M.Sc. Psych.)

Winter semester 2014/15

Summer semester 2014